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The engineering I preferred are mechanical, aerospace, chemical and Electrical.
Aerospace engineering: This degree will give you jobs in airline manufacturing companies or airline engine manufacturing companies like Boeing air bus and General electric. You will be involved in manufacturing the air crafts or studying and developing important technicalities.
Let us discuss the prospectives of your future study based on the above discussed facts, There are emerging subjects being introduced to the aspirants each year as technology and engineering being evolved at multidisciplinary and trans-disciplinary level where academicians at international level are designing the course in such a way where the interest of global society is in priority, never say it is to facilitate you a job option. Try to understand the technology whether it is mechanical Engineering, aerospace Engineering, chemical Engineering or electrical Engineering these are unique and identical in terms of speciality and implementation dynamics. So an intellectual can not recommend a subject like a panacea for your career so you are advised to re-mediate your concept with a visionary approach where you are willing to define or re-define a subject by giving the sustainable solution so that society will be benefited. This approach will give you a long way to go interms of earning the name and fame that will be added with monitory benefit in millions.
Thank you for choosing CareerGuide.com!!! and writing to us. I appreciate your interest in Engineering programs. To be eligible for the engineering programs that you have mentioned in your query, Physics, Chemistry and Maths are compulsory subjects at 12th level and please ensure if you have studied these subjects. Chemistry may be an exemption but Physics and maths are with no exemption. Only these subjects will qualify you for a basic Bachelors degree in Engineering.
As said, choosing to work in industries will require you to choose mechanical and Aeronautical. Your work will be most often placed in the manufacturing sections of these companies. You can also get part in design and development of machines. If you aspire for a career in corporate, Electrical Engineering and Chemical Engineering may be good for you. These subjects involve both technical as well as management aspects of work.
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